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April 20, 2012

Making Baghdad Talks a Success
April 20, 2012

Making Baghdad Talks a Success

Iran nuclear talks in Istanbul were a step in the right direction. But there’s much to thrash out before Baghdad.

China's Triple Game?
April 20, 2012

China's Triple Game?

Claims that China has assisted North Korea’s missile program raise questions over the course of Chinese policy.

Japan's Cultural Diplomacy Future
April 20, 2012

Japan's Cultural Diplomacy Future

If Japan wants to ensure it stays relevant on the international stage then it needs to better utilize its culture.

Flip Side of the Agni-V Launch
April 20, 2012

Flip Side of the Agni-V Launch

India took a big leap forward with the launch of the Agni-V missile. But it complicates ties with China.

Can Australian Military Do It All?
April 20, 2012

Can Australian Military Do It All?

Australia’s armed forces are under pressure to do more than just fight. But how much else should they do?

Xayaburi Dam Controversy Flares
April 20, 2012

Xayaburi Dam Controversy Flares

Construction on the Xayaburi Dam was supposed to be postponed under a deal last year. Has it been?

Don’t Return to Korea Status Quo
April 20, 2012

Don’t Return to Korea Status Quo

Two decades of engagement have gone nowhere with North Korea. It’s time to take steps to undermine the foundations of the regime itself.

Can U.S. Get out of Afghanistan?
April 20, 2012

Can U.S. Get out of Afghanistan?

By Joshua Kucera
The United States faces a number of practical hurdles in getting its forces out of Afghanistan in 2014. But it has found an unlikely ally in its efforts.

China's Tainted Tea Problem
April 20, 2012

China's Tainted Tea Problem

More than half of Chinese tea is tainted with banned pesticides, one study shows. Is it safe to drink?

Ignoring the High Road
April 20, 2012

Ignoring the High Road

The ongoing row in the South China Sea highlights China’s inability to compromise. Why won’t it?

Sanjay Kumar
April 20, 2012

Sanjay Kumar

Indian Decade contributor Sanjay Kumar discusses his recent visit to Afghanistan and the challenges of being a reporter there.

Trita Parsi
April 20, 2012

Trita Parsi

The Diplomat speaks with Trita Parsi, author of ‘Treacherous Alliance: The Secret Dealings of Iran, Israel and the United States,’ about Iran’s nuclear program, the P5+1 talks and U.S. diplomacy.

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